Monday, August 30, 2010, Princess (of Crime Mob) played host to a special Atlanta viewing party for BET’s new documentary “My Mic Sounds Nice: A Truth about Women and Hip-Hop”.
Female MC, Rasheeda, V-103 DJ Traci Steele; model, Dawn Motgomery; hip-hop publicist, Dee Dee Cocheta; pop-culture expert Ronda Racha Penrice; music industry executive, Shanti Das; and rapper, Eshe from Arrested Development all took part in a panel discussion which highlighted issues that females in hip-hop struggle with in the music industry.
The panelists all revealed a common thread in their discussion, which was that hip-hop is a male dominated world. Women in hip-hop constantly have to fight to maintain respect in an industry where men call all the shots.
Rihanna has been cloned… sort of. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Washington, D.C. unveiled RihRih’s new wax figure yesterday (Aug. 31).
Rihanna got a chance to get up close & personal with the figurine a few days prior to the great reveal and judging from the pic above, she definitely approves her her waxy image.
The wax figure is wearing a black lace corset, fitted jacket, pants and silk black heels. The exact same outfit that Rihanna wore to Balmain’s show a few weeks ago in Paris.
Madame Tussauds’ studio artists created Rihanna’s wax figure after studying hundreds of photographs and videos of the stylish star. Rihanna, 22, even donated the edgy, all-black outfit corset, pumps and jeans her figurine dons. Keeping the award-winning entertainer’s fashion trends in mind, the museum added some “bling” to her figure, including a glittering pin on her jacket lapel, a gold and diamond ring, dangling diamond earrings and sparkling tennis bracelet.